Canadian cruise operator One Ocean Expeditions is set to introduce into service the 124.8- by 18-metre RCGS Resolute.
Built in 1991 and previously operated by Hapag-Lloyd Cruises as Hanseatic, the vessel has departed Hamburg and is on its way to Sydney, Nova Scotia, where it is to be recommissioned under its new name on October 16.
RCGS Resolute has accommodations for 146 guests.
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